Evening update: Chilly tonight, beautiful Friday and weekend

Get ready for a chilly night tonight! A Canadian High Pressure system will build into the region tonight, leading to plummeting temperatures. Lows in NYC and coastal sections will generally be in the low to mid 50s, but most non-coastal suburbs can expect lows in the upper 40s! 40s can also be expected in the Pine Barrens of Long Island. Areas well inland may even see low 40s. A very chilly wake-up tomorrow morning will yield great conditions for a long, refreshing morning run.

 

The high resolution NAM model showing very chilly overnight temperatures -- many areas will drop into the 40s.

The high resolution NAM model showing very chilly overnight temperatures — many areas will drop into the 40s.

Tomorrow looks to be a beautiful autumn-like day, as temperatures will only rise into the low 70s, with a dry, northerly wind, and sunny skies. Just a great day in general for any outdoor activity, as there will be a refreshing feel to the air.

Another cool night is on tap for tomorrow night, especially in areas that are prone to radiational cooling (valleys, Pine Barrens, NW suburbs, for example) as calm winds and clear skies will lead to falling temperatures. Urban areas will probably be a tad warmer tomorrow night than tonight, but most other areas will have similarly chilly temperatures.

Saturday looks to be a bit warmer, as temperatures will rise into the upper 70s under sunny skies, with still low humidity.

There may be a few more clouds on Sunday, as another cold front approaches. Any showers should be relegated to our north, as temperatures will also rise into the upper 70s. Humidity will be up a tad as well, but nothing too uncomfortable.

Another chilly night is on expected for Sunday night, as a Canadian High Pressure system builds back in. Monday will have highs in the low to mid 70s with dry, sunny conditions.

As we head towards the middle of next week, temperatures look to warm into the 80s along with increasing humidity, and perhaps a few thunderstorm chances.

But before that arrives, enjoy the lovely upcoming weather!

 

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